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  • noun Plural form of horror.

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Examples

  • I notice that Republicans are trying to save average Americans from what they describe as the horrors of government-run healthcare and all the rest of the disparaging things they ascribe to 'Obamacare'.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [150] -- A Fortean Week

  • I notice that Republicans are trying to save average Americans from what they describe as the horrors of government-run healthcare and all the rest of the disparaging things they ascribe to 'Obamacare'.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [150] -- A Fortean Week

  • The poster, which went up in June in the western city of Poznan just steps from a synagogue, is an Italian artist's take on what he calls the horrors of the American lifestyle and is one piece of artwork in a contemporary art exhibition opening in the fall.

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  • Apparently, it's prom season for antique horrors from the deep: the living fossils were getting frisky.

    but not a real pandemic, that's cruel.

  • Voyeurism should never be mistaken for reality, because the reality of those horrors is only truly experienced by those living through them -- either the victims or those piecing together their "story" for the judicial system.

    When Reality Intrudes

  • Wulf is imprisoned, condemned to die for supposedly leading a troop of men to their deaths against The Slimy Ones, cthulhoid horrors from the Terrible East.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • The company blamed the "short-term horrors" of the economic downturn, including a slump in advertising, for the cuts which will take a toll of 15 per cent of its workforce and the closure of a studio in Leeds.

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  • Executive chairman Michael Grade said the cuts were due to the "short-term horrors" of the economic downturn, which had seen advertising deteriorate significantly from the end of last year.

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  • Executive chairman Michael Grade said the cuts were due to the "short-term horrors" of the economic downturn, which had seen advertising deteriorate significantly from the end of last year.

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  • Executive chairman Michael Grade said the cuts were due to the "short-term horrors" of the economic downturn, which had seen advertising deteriorate significantly from the end of last year.

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